Who knew listening to a Teagan Hunter romcom could this good?! Loathe Thy Neighbor is the what every low angst and a slightly slow burn, enemies to lovers romantic comedy aspires to be…but way better.
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: September 15th 2020
Source: Kindle Unlimited
Format: Kindle Unlimited / Audible
Don’t fall for your enemy…especially when he’s your new roommate.
Dean Evans is the worst.
Not only does the devil in disguise steal my pie on a regular basis, he also lives in the apartment right. Next. Door.
I see him all the time. At the mailboxes. In the elevator.
Every single morning.
It’s exhausting because he’s exhausting.
Now, after setting his apartment on fire, he’s my roommate…and he’s the worst at that too.
I don’t know what possessed me to let him stay with me. Pity, perhaps?
I do know that I won’t be falling for his charm.
Or that panty-dropping smirk.
His quick wit.
That body he works so hard for.
Nope. Not falling for any of it…least of all him.
There might be a fine line between love and hate, but I know exactly where I stand.
““It can’t mean anything. I hate you.”
“I don’t want it to mean anything because I hate you too.”
Then, we’re kissing again.“
Teagan Hunter delivered the book I never knew I needed this year. Dean Evans is the teacher that all the kids love, and the neighbor River White loves to loathe–especially when he steals her favorite Cherry pie from the Gravy Train. their mutual hate escalates to passion when Dean’s apartment catches fire and River volunteers her guest bedroom for him to crash in.
Like I said before, Teagan Hunter delivered with this one. I absolutely LOVED reading and listening to the Hunter’s signature back and forth banter come to life with the audiobook, giving the story a different dimension and visualization that I hadn’t experienced before with her novels. Dean and River’s personalities clashed and meshed in the best ways possible and I think it is safe to believe that this could be my favorite book in the series so far (perks of reading them out of order)! From the side characters to the main cast, I adored each and every one of them–especially Dean’s emotional support turtle, Leo.
Both Ava Erickson and Nelson Hobbs did an out of this world job narrating the audiobook for this story. They truly brought this story to life. Having listened to Ava before in previous novels (and ADORED HER) I’m excited to say that Nelson has probably/most definitely been added to my favorite male narrators lists!
Listening to these two crazies fall for each other was the highlight of my crummy Friday afternoon and the bright spot to my month! If you are looking for a fun, quick enemies-to-lovers romcom that is filled to the brim with steamy sexual tension, hilarious moments that will jeopardize your bladder control, and light angst that will have you wanting to reread it again–I highly recommend you go and grab Loathe Thy Neighbor!
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